Ted Gurch

Artist-in-Residence in Clarinet

Ted Gurch, Associate Principal/E-flat Clarinetist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1989, joined the faculty at Kennesaw State University in 2006. Prior to coming to Atlanta, he served for three seasons as Principal Clarinetist with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra. He attended the Eastman School of Music where he studied with Stanley Hasty and Charles Neidich, earning a Bachelor's degree and the Performer's Certificate. While at Eastman he was active as a saxophonist in the school's jazz program, and was a member of the award-winning Eastman Jazz Ensemble. He continues to play saxophone on jazz, pop and classical programs, and has appeared as a concerto soloist with the ASO on saxophone as well as clarinet.

An active chamber musician, Mr. Gurch is a member of the contemporary music ensemble Thamyris, with which he has performed and recorded numerous world and regional premieres, including a current release featuring music from the National Black Arts Festival. He also performs with Bent Frequency, an Atlanta-based multi-media new music group, and is a member of Luna Nova, the contemporary music ensemble of the NITLE college association.  In addition to his duties at KSU, Mr. Gurch coaches the clarinet section of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra.


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